All posts by Cory Wall

November is National Adoption Awareness Month

When people think about November, they often think about a month that is set aside for Thanksgiving. Even though it is true that November is a month that is filled with turkey and football, it is also true that November is National Adoption Awareness Month. It is important for everyone to think about what this month means, that countless children that still need to be adopted, and the legal process to have to be completed in order for someone to…

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Denial of Visitation Rights

When can you deny a parent from seeing their child? This may be an uncomfortable question, but it’s a necessary one when it comes to working out the details of visitation rights. Understanding the rules has a lot to do with how the courts view the topic. At Wall & Wall Attorneys at Law, P.C., we understand the nuances behind every divorce, which is why this topic can be more complicated than it first appears. We’ll look at the premise…

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Handling Time-Sharing During the COVID-19 Pandemic FAQ

When you have a child custody order for time-sharing, you may be confused as to what to do during the COVID-19 pandemic. Should you keep your children with you or let them have the court-ordered time with your former spouse? The simple answer is to let your children spend time with your former spouse as withholding visitation is violating the court order. We Both Agree to Suspend Time-Sharing. What Do We Need to Do? If you both agree to suspend…

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How to Keep Your Cool When Filing Tax Return After Divorce

Going through a divorce is hard enough already. When you throw in filing taxes as a separated or divorced couple, it can seem overwhelming. The first thing you and your former spouse need to do is determine your filing status. What is Your New Filing Status After Divorce? How does divorce affect taxes? It turns out in nearly every way possible. While your filing status probably remained unchanged and was automatic during your marriage, that is no longer the case.…

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Coronavirus Update Regarding Appointments

In light of the spreading coronavirus pandemic, Wall & Wall Attorneys at Law wants to do our part to contain its spread and to implement our government’s recommendations. We do this out of concern for the safety and health of our clients and hard-working staff. To protect everyone from any unnecessary risk of exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19), future appointments can be conducted by telephone or videoconferencing. We can continue in-person appointments at our small, private law firm location which experiences limited…

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